Come, and let us return to the Lord: For he hath taken us, and he will heal us: he will strike, and he will cure us. He will revive us after two days: on the third day he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight.
of the Lord
are pure words,
Like silver tried
in a furnace of earth,
Purified seven times.
You shall keep them,
You shall preserve them
from this generation
-- Psalm 12:7,8
Wednesday, March 05, 2014
My cup runneth over...
... and so do the columns of this blog.
Sorry for the appearance of the blog. I've been updating the blog header from time to time, even though I have not been adding new posts. After this morning's update, lines no longer wrap where they should. I'm aware of the problem and will attempt to fix it when I have time. God bless you, and may God grant us the grace to face life's little setbacks with equanimity.
God's peace to you, dear visitor, and may His Spirit rest upon you in your labors. For myself, while I love attempting to meditate on the things of God, my obligations are elsewhere and I won't be regularly blogging here for a long while still. Pray for me; I'll pray for you. And strive always to remember His mercy and abide in His love.
As the year winds down, so does this blog. God willing and time permitting, I may start blogging again next Christmas.
If you are looking for a Catholic blog to visit, here are a few which I have visited recently and can recommend. Of course, no blog is perfect, but each of these will edify, enlighten and/or entertain:
Fish Eaters has a wealth of information about Catholic customs.
If your goal is the perfection of your soul, visit the Saints' Discussion Forums. The New Liturgical Movement has writers knowledgeable about the history of the Mass, who hope to restore to our Liturgy the reverence and transcendent beauty which has become more elusive in recent decades.
Finally, please sign this online petition to the Pope, requesting that he publicly celebrate the Traditional Mass himself. What a beautiful sign of unity and good will between himself and traditional Catholics that would be!